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,000 fbi and other agents off the job and 70,000 preschoolers dropped from head start. next week the president will hit the road to highlight what the white house called the real world impact of these cuts including lost jobs. abc news washington. >> now if an agreement isn't reached in time more than 100,000 federal employees right here in the state could have their salaries cut. >> all new, adam jones, chris davis and matt weeder also have a all new look when they step in to the batter's box. a new batting helmet developed will be standard issue for all teams this season. the players getting used to them right now. the helmets are supposed to better protect player's head from fast balls that get away from players like cc. i will never forgive him for hitting nick markakis. we will get him. you know that. thank you. >>> when it comes to head injuries, specifically concussions we have you covered head to toe. head to abc 2news slash concussion. we have dozens of storeys and graphics there to help you understand concussions and what's being done to prevent them. >> and one of t
, degraded. border patrol agents, reduced. fbi agents, furloughed. federal prosecutors, let criminals go. airport security, parents, flu vaccines, cancer screens, threat of these cuts not well thought through. not smart, not fair, people will lose their jobs. >> all right, let's bring in gloria borger, and ron bronstein. should spending cuts be delayed? 50% said yes, 40% said no. is there actual momentum, though, gloria, to delaying it and getting it to stop if it is so horrible? >> no, wolf, everyone i have talked to seems to pretty well say you know what? this is going to happen and that is because politically, everybody thinks it can work for them. that is because the president thinks he has everybody in a corner, politically, don't want to close tax loopholes on the wealthy. and the republicans said we raised taxes on the wealthy six or seven months ago, the public is with us. they want to seriously cut spending. no one wants to do it this way, but both sides think they have an advantage. >> this is across the board, the meat-cleaver cut is very stupid. and the president did call on
in u.s. history. he was number two on the fbi's most wanted list, behind only osama bin laden, and he remained on the lam for 16 years until he was finally captured in june of 2011, living with his girlfriend in a rent-controlled apartment in santa monica, california. joining us is dick lehrer who broke the story with the boston fbi as a reporter for "the boston globe," one of the formost experts, and author of a book, follow up to "black mass" which will be a movie starring johnny depp as whitey. thanks for being here, dick. i guess reading this book, one thing that jumps out at me, you have the whole story established in black mass about the aligns with the fbi and whitey and how the fbi basically let whitey become this notorious crime boss. but this is also a story about the failure of the political system over decades. you have whitey in federal prison for bank robbery in the late '50s, early '60s and there's the speaker of the house of the u.s. representatives, john mccormick, a guy from south boston. robert drinen, a congressman from massachusetts in the '70s as the dean of the
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plane ticket to go back home to his job and family his lawyer sent a letter to the fbi alerting them to his plan saying i write to inform you mr. long has purchased a ticket to doha, qatar that leaves from oklahoma city, oklahoma on february 6, 2013. in libt of his past travel difficulties, we ask mr. long be granted the same right. despite that letter he was barred from returning to qatar. he now remains in oklahoma away from his wife, daughter and livelihood. he has never been told by any u.s. authority that his name is on the no fly list nor has he been charged officially with any crimes. he simply been told he can't go home. joining us now, the u.s. air force veteran who joins us from oklahoma city because he was unable to fly here. and can't join us on set. gentlemen, good to have you here. can you tell me, i'm curious about your story. you were in the air force. i think you joined when you were 18 or 19 years old. how did you fine your way to islam? >> well, when i was stationed in turkey i met two individuals, one of whom worked with me and another one who worked a different o
correspondent, michael isikoff. >> reporter: fbi agents seized a video of this neo-nazi convention. >> this is a war! >> reporter: while investigating the owner of an ohio sporting goods store. the search turned up an arsenal and what authorities say was a possible racist plot. >> the fbi averted a catastrophe in this case. there's no doubt about it. >> reporter: the store owner, richard schmidt, a convicted felon, is charged with illegally stockpiling 18 firearms, including assault weapons, shotguns and pistols, body armor, high-capacity magazines and more than 40,000 rounds of ammunition. >> and they were all over the place. he had one in his coat pocket. >> reporter: schmidt had served 13 years for homicide in an ohio state prison. under federal law, he was barred from owning any firearms. he has pled not guilty to the new weapons charges and his lawyer declined to comment. nbc news has learned the fbi was also concerned that schmidt may have been drawing up a hit list, after finding notebooks showing the names and addresses of jewish and african-american leaders in detroit. age
couple that with the lies that he told to the fbi it was pretty damning evidence. in the case of bobby blanton he kept to himself, and the significant thing about that was a tape recording made about a bug that was placed underneath his kitchen sink after he had gotten married to a girl who had been his alibi for many, many years. in that tape he admitted that weekend being part of the group that was planning the bomb, making the bomb. it was very damning piece of evidence that literally we uncovered, it had been sitting in the vault of the fbi office for many years not thinking it could ever be used in evidence. but fortunately walls changeed change and we were able to use it. and bring it into court. >> michael: was she a woman upset when she learned that the man in her kitchen was actually the guy who bombed the church? >> well, no, you have to remember her--in september time frame she and blanton were date dating at the time. in a statement he broke a date with her on friday night and they went out saturday. blanton was interviewed two weeks after the bombing he couldn't remember w
a task force-- nypd, state police, fbi. everybody works 12 on, 12 off. r.d.o.s are cancelled until he's caught. agent cantwell will bring you up to speed. - captain. rasmussen's a long-haul bus driver. he was laid off earlier this year. now, approximately five hours ago, he shot and killed his mother-in-law, his wife, and two of her co-workers. he left the scene in a stolen car, heading south. about three hours ago, he fatally shot this gas station attendant. - how does svu help? - before rasmussen's cell phone went dead, he made two calls to jeannie kerns, a prostitute working hunts point. liv, you remember her? - should i? - '92, you intervened in a dispute between her and a john. - when i was on patrol, captain, i did that a hundred times. - yeah, well, turns out this particular john is our shooter. - well, that can't be the same woman. that was 20 year ago. - yes, it is. it's her. - she's been on the street since the late '80s. 79 arrests in the last 25 years. - and rasmussen's cell phone records show regular calls to her cell going back 20 years. - do we know if she's still alive
: the f.b.i. says the budget cuts would require all employees, including special agents, to be furloughed for up to 14 days. jan fedarcyk is the former head of the f.b.i.'s new york field office. what do you think the top top managers at the f.b.i. are most worried about?ut >> i'm sure they are mostre m worried about, what does thisoe mean within the national security arena? that's probably at the top of the list, the discussion about di maintaining our counterterrorism operations.nt >> reporter: most of the cuts would not take effect immediately on march 1. they would be phased in slowly over several months, and they could be avoided if congress andnd the the president can agree to a deal. but if they can't, the cuts will be painful. thousands of security screenersity at the nation's airports would be furloughed. wait times at the busiestwa airports could increase by up to an hour.hour. 70,000 children would be dropped from head start.rt. 600,000 women and young children would be cut from a major nutrition program. millions of the nation's long- term unemployed would lose an average of
morning, norah. good morning, charlie. cbs news has learned the fbi is looking at a whole bunch of allegation including first one on the trip to the republic. the investigation so far has not proven that menendez has had any contact with prostitutes. >> trying to find somebody this many months after the fact based on all the sketchy allegations and unclear claims it's really difficult. it ooh's cold trail. >> that's only part of what's become a steady drip. the fbi and the senate ethics committee are also investigating his relationship with florida doctor salamon melegen. he confirmed they contacted the usa agency. he denied interfering with any investigation. >> i welcome any review but i have no intention of having the smears trying to deviate me from the work that i have been doing and will continue to do. >> reporter: menendez is also accused of trying to help mel jen from. he would have an obvious interest in not seeing the government provide it for flee. >> if the fbi can show he traded favors for campaign tron kohntry bugss or intentionally falsified d
the changes because the al qaeda links were too tenuous. then they said the f.b.i. did it and the morrell said i did say f.b.i. i didn't mean f.b.i. i meant c.i.a. and then panetta said he believed at the time it was a preplanned terrorist atafnlg you can see for people it looks like there's a great deal of confusion there, yes? >> there's always confusion when you have a tragedy of that sort and americans are killed. the bigger, tragedy, though, jon, is we spent all of these months trying to figure out origin of talking points which were cleared at the highest levels of the intelligence community. in my opinion, not enough time doing the service we owe to our fallen colleagues. >> jon: this gets to my point though. this gets to my point. [cheers and applause] i think that's a great point. but this gets to my point. in the leadup to the talking points, there's a lot of people pouring over what you are going to say? c.i.a. is saying take out the word al qaeda put in the word extremists. there's passed up and down the chain to solidify what should be said during that period. that bow correct? >>
letter saying that the fbi was digging in the wrong spot. fbi officials deny this and they say they tried to meet with shermantine tuesday but add he refused to cooperate and refused to meet with them. >>> the lawsuit against disgraced cycling lance armstrong could be growing tonight we're learning that the head of the u.s. doping agency is asking the justice department to join a whistle- blower lawsuit against armstrong. the suit was filed by his former teammate floyd landis. armstrong is accused of committing fraud against the u.s. postal service which sponsored most of his team efforts while armstrong was using performance enhancing drugs to win the tour de france. the justice department has not said if they're going to join the lawsuit. >>> laura bush says she supports same-sex marriage but does not want to be part of this ad. among those also in the ad former vice president dick cheney and collin powell. >>> the man accused of killing janell conway allen pled not guilty. anthony jones is charged of sexual assault and with murder. he will appear again in court later this month. mie
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and it may impact many in our area. >> last week's time dillon getting a closer look by the sec and the fbi. linda bell joins us to explain those stories and more. good morning. there's a report on housing starts. it will give us a closer look at how many new homes are under construction. ahead of that, stock-index futures are little changed. the deal involving heinz ketchup last week is getting a closer look. the fbi is looking into a criminal probe of trading anomalies. they noticed suspicious trading through an account at goldman sachs and that was a day before warren buffett announced a takeover. 13,000 costco workers have a new three-year contract as members of the union ratified it overnight. it includes a 9% wage increase and stronger job protections. this impacts workers at 55 locations in four states including maryland and virginia. the postal service is jumping into the fashion business. the airline industry is bracing for another big winter storm. those stories and more in the next hour. live at bloomberg headquarters in new york, linda bell reporting for abc 7 news. back to you.
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the fbi investigation their line of attack was human trafficking having to do with prostitution but to the fbi agents were looking into the gold base in the circumstances people held against there will children being recruited into the organization the young ages and taken out of school and impoverished are all questions the fbi had but the court ruled that these are religious practices and this is religious discipline in terms of the church and the fbi ran up the white flag but according to one source they were thinking of doing a raid on the gold based motion detectors, high fences but favor going to break-in and go into the hole and liberate everyone. they got so far to think david would try to escape in tom cruise is airplane so they got the tail numbers of tom cruise airplane to make sure he did not go away. [laughter] but if you were to open the door to the whole to say you are free they would say we are here of our own well that is why this of title is scientology, hollywood, & the prison of belief" there will hold some there more than anything. >> did you come across a d
nation. needless to say the fbi doesn't want this so there is the survey out and a whole kind of rate of the rna farm and there is a shooting and the shootout between the police and the rna and 11 members are arrested to and paraded through jackson half naked. one of the neighbors called back to detroit and said this is happening and one member of the rna called conyers's office to tell them what is set in and get conyers's office to intercede and protect some people don't get killed because there has been issued out, an officer had been shot. rosa parks gets on loan, the department of justice, she gets an assurance in that weird way, nobody will get hurt and they very much attribute her kind of quickness and getting on the phone to the department of justice saving their lives. the head of the rna says she would then call, in prison for the next five years on conspiracy charges and she repeatedly calls and says this is rosa parks calling and just to show them that she was walking, to me that speaks of her firmness and disability to view things, she attended -- edward bond wrote a book
. they wanted this done and they felt that their story should be preserved, too. i had the fbi, the head of the fbi investigation. i did 18 of those interviews before i left. in the last few weeks working for the federal government. i realized this was a once-in-a- lifetime opportunity. and there was a cumulative effect. i was a much better interviewer at the end of this process than in the beginning because i could make connections in my own mind because i had sat through so many of these. for people interested in how this country dealt with impeachment for the first time in the modern era, these interviews are rather interesting. of course, these people would later be involved in the clinton impeachment issue, although on the different side, and they talk about that. so you have an opportunity in listening to people like evan davis and bernie nussbaum. you can hear them talk about two impeachment's in different stages of their lives. i felt so grateful that they had called and that i was around to do that. i did shivers because you can sit there and be transported not simply to 1974, b
. >>> the fbi has wrapped up its latest search in san joaquin county. the week's long excavation of a well outside of stockton turned up no new human remains or evidence. the well is 200 yards from another site where investigators last year found remains of three women and a fetus thought to be victims of shermantine and herzog. the fbi says it has no plans to dig at other well sites unless they get new evidence. >>> police have arrested two women and charged them with set ago fire in a former cheese factory. that massive fire broke out tuesday night in a massive plant. the women got into a dispute with a man and tried to set him on fire. >>> the city wants them out. the homeless encampment near the airport there has to go. but ktvu's janine de la vega spoke to some of the people living there and they said they're doing the best they can and they wonder doesn't the city have anything better to do? >> reporter: the roar of jet engines is frequently heard in this field next to the san jose airport. some of the 100 or so people living here say sometimes their tents shake by the sounds. after
happened at the fbi. >>> then whiteout. record snow in parts of kansas after a storm hits 20 states leaving people shoveling, flyers stranded. this is cnn newsroom and i'm suzanne malveaux. things got a lot more complicated for lance armstrong. new reports now that the justice department plans to sue armstrong for using performance enhancing drugs. ed lavendera joining us. tell us what the new turn of events means for him. >> reporter: well, there is a lot of movement on this front. and if you'll remember about a year ago, the justice department decided not to sue lance armstrong, but now there are multiple reports that says the department of justice is changing its mind on this and will reportedly join the whistle blower lawsuit that has been filed, but is kept under seal from former teammate floyd landis. and what all of this could mean for lance armstrong is a big legal fight that could end up costing him tense of millions of dollars. the united states postal service during that run where lance armstrong won from 2001 to 2004 paid lance armstrong and his cycling team some $30 million. th
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putting an alleged killer behind bars where he can no longer hurt anyone else's child. >>> the f.b.i. says that it is completed searching a well in san joanin valley. a killer and his late accomplice had dumped bodies there years ago. the f.b.i. said no human remains were found. there was dirt being dumped there this afternoon. >>> to oakland where a man is hospitalized after he was shot during an apparent home invasion robbery. it happened in a home of the 1700 block of 79th avenue, a resident shot an intruder, witnesses said it happened during a burglary. the alleged intruder sustained life-threatening injuries. >> a parole sex offender accused of a violent assault is due in court to enter a plea, arthur sa lin as appeared before a judge facing sexual assault and battery charges after police say he attacked a woman. salinas was paroled after serving half of a sentence and now faces life in a california prison if convicted. >>> santa clara deputies are asking for assistance for a man that has robbed a bank six times. the video was released by the sheriff's office. the suspect is white and
he is no longer cooperating with investigators. the conversation comes a day after the fbi announced agents are ending their week's long excavation of an abandoned well in san joaquin county without finding any human remains. >> watching the arial photos from where they were digging were sent to me. and they're off by about a quarter mile. i told them you're digging in the wrong spot. they rejected my phone calls. i tried calling them five times finally i said screw it. i'm done with them. >> the location of the fbi search was only 200 yards from a last site where last year investigators found remains of two women and a fetus thought to be victims of the speed freaks. >>> 27-year-old jason pedrosa turned h himself in to police today. he is accused of trying to have sex with young girls. according to pleasant hill police, pedroza was an actor and instructor at a local theater group within contra costa including the lesure center and ballet center. he facing child molestation and sexual battery. >>> it could mean some of the big changes for some of the most treasured sites here in the
the pentagon. dozens of cuts including the fbi will have to make difficult choices. >> the fbi will have to be in a position to evaluate where the reductions will come from and that may impact the national security arena. >> reporter: the democrats' congressional campaign committee also goes on the offensive today. they will accuse republican of risking 700,000 jobs in order to protect special interest tax loopholes. >>> a total disaster, that's what one walmart executive reportedly wrote about a plunge in sales. i it's announcing its report this morning. rebecca jarvis is here this morning. good morning. >> good morning. >> what are they saying and what are they saying about the economy? >> looking backward they're saying walmart had a very good christmas. they earned more than expected. they came in light on sales. however, going forward, that's really a question. walmart is considered a bellwether for our economy and what they told us this morning is that the payroll tax cut is impacting consumers. the hike that we saw at the beginning of the year, the 2% hike which takes about $20 ou
teachers, agents, fbi, border patrol, food inspectors, and a lot more. now, with this deadline looming, congress is not here this week. they went out on recess. when they come back on monday, there'll be four days left to reach a compromise, and while many believe there will be an 11th hour agreement, there seems to be growing sentiment here on capitol hill to let the sequester happen. defense department workers got sobering news on wednesday. most of them will take a big pay cut unless something is done to avoid to deep bucket cuts known as the sequester. >> if furloughs are enacted, civilians will experience a 20% decrease in their pay between late april and september. >> reporter: robert hale the chief's pentagon budget officer says the furlough will save the government $4 billion to $5 billion, but president obama says the cuts should be made elsewhere. >> there's no reason they should be furloughed or laid off. >> president obama is trying to pin the blame for the last-minute budget crisis on congress and with both chambers on recess this week he has the sta
teenagers. the fbi admits it is dealing with a rash of these cases within the bureau itself. internal reports published by cnn show the fbi documented cases where employees sent nude pictures to coworkers. other offenses listed, bureau employees drinking and driving, looking at child pornography, even paying for sexual services at a massage parlor. all the employees found guilty of that sort of misconduct were suspended or fired. >>> tis the season for home improvement and one maryland woman had planned to upgrade her home with a call to a local blinds company. >> now, nine months later as she layed out in her complaint to the maryland state attorney general, she left without her window treatment and without a refund worth thousands of dollars. >> tell me what you were going do. >> i want all wood shutters. >> renee tyler had big plans. she wanted to start with her windows. she started with the budget blinds. >> i saw the website and everything and likely to have nice designs and stuff. >> renee wanted wood shutters, but franchise owner convinced her to go for vinyl. so on april
looking into the battery issue. >>> d.c. shalls want the fbi to stay in the district so they're pitching a new headquarters in popular point. the park area near the anacostia and 11th street bridge is 110 acres, only has about a 40-acre spree. the fbi wants that much to consolidate offices into a central local. the district wants to be kept in the city to reap the rewards of jobs and revenue. >>> a bold plan in maryland gets the green light. they approved the plan to bring in offshore wind farms to the state. the governor touts that it will create jobs and lock-in prices for 25 years and will be built off of the coast of ocean city with 40 wind tush signs. the bill heads to the senate. >>> coming up, more than a dozen u.s. companies following -- falling victims to recent cyberattacks. what can you do to protect yourself and your information. >>> and that is called street art. a new exhibit chronicling the graffiti area. . >> what happens when a curling tutorial goes wrong? the young girl in disbelief when she realized she burns off her hair. a few months later, she layoffs at herself and
in the prior case we had a wall between in domestic development which the fbi did and external intelligence the cia did, and when they crossed the did we couldn't talk to one another. in iraq we have begun. >> would you explain because the students may not understand why we have that gap. >> it was there for good and legitimate reasons which is we didn't want our foreign intelligence agency being active inside the country and perhaps this body, to use that word of the domestic event on american citizens and so forth, so the cia was cut with the foreign intelligence agencies. the fbi that operated under the rules and the wall, think law and order, the fbi was the internal intelligence agency. well, just to give you one example, a few nights before 9/11, a telephone call was made in san diego by one of the men who would ultimately be the suicide a hijacker to afghanistan, but we couldn't track across the boundary because we didn't want the tracking of the phone calls inside of the united states by the foreign intelligence. so, what i like to have known what he said a couple days before 9/11?
is far from over. >> listen to this, you know about texting on teens but what about f.b.i. agents? a new warning circulating inside the bureau. >> coming up first if the friday evening commute includes bart, the delays passenger traveling to and from san francisco should expect tonight. >> a live look outside the bay bridge live at it you can see bridge live at it you can see the lights going off. of walking to give a breast cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. whoo! you walk with friends, you meet new friends, and you keep those friendships. it was such a beautiful experience. (woman) ♪ and it's beautiful ♪ undeniable (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because everyone deserves a lifetime. visit the3day.org to register or to request more information today. ♪ burning like a fire ♪ building up from deep inside it was 3 days of pure joy. susan g. komen's investments in early detection and treatment have helped reduce breast cancer mortality in the u.s. by 33% since 1990. help us continue serving the millions of women and
lead to the grounding of boeings dream liner jet >> and a sex scandal involving the fbi, the shocking behey your by bureau agents -- behavior by bureau agents mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! [ mom ] don't stress. we can figure this out. ♪ [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪ [ male announcer ] save the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ >>> welcome back. two helicopter pilots rescued a hiker who was being stalked by a mountain lion. it happened last weekend on the popular stevens trail. the hiker made a possess desperate 911 call saying the mountain lion was quickly coming at him. the helicopter pilot saw him frantically waiving a flashlight. the mountain lion was just 20 feet in front of him. the sound of the helicopter probably saved that hikers life. >> i have never scared off a mountain lion before using a helicopter. >> i shu
with new details from the fbi. and what this passenger under fire is planning next. >> reporter: when jessica bennett and her 19-month-old adopted son jonah boarded a flight from minneapolis to atlanta just days ago, she never expected to tell this violent story. >> he came at him like that. it came down that way at jonah's eye right here. >> reporter: jessica and fbi investigators say another passenger, 60-year-old joe hundley assaulted her little boy. when jonah started to cry, hundley reportedly told mom, shut the n-word baby up. >> and i said, what did you just say? and he was so drunk that he fell onto my face and his mouth moved over to my ear. >> reporter: then she says, hundley slapped the child. >> when i look at jonah's face, his eye was swollen here and it was bleeding. >> reporter: authorities say cases of air rage are up about 30%. earlier this year, a passenger was so drunk and unruly, he was bound with duct tape by fellow passengers. and those memorable outbursts from flight attendants seemingly fed up. but air rage incidents involving children, almost unheard of. tonig
and officers participated. we continue to develop our active shooter class. we've been solicited by the fbi to be the national template basically for this. so, we're going to see what we can do about getting them out. we're going out to where we have to go so we come up with the best active shooter training. also the san francisco unified school district will be a part of that. additionally, bowman in the downtown business is for workplace violence. we had a press conference today on the kevin collins case. a search warrant was served late last week or last week. what happened was when the cold case units were transitioning, they decided to take another look at it. they came up with a suspect who had basically kidnapped a juvenile out of a store in 1981 for which he was arrested. he absconded, was arrested again on a warrant in '82. he was convicted. he lives right basically across the street from where kevin collins was taken. he has a large black dog. witnesses that saw the suspect said that the suspects had a large black dog. this suspect was contacted back in 1984, interviewed, denied,
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